Last Modified: August 26, 2004
Conference Dates: September 22, 2004
Conference Location: Telephone Conference
Sponsoring Group: National Marrow Donor Program, CancerCare and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Conference Web Page URL: www.marrow.org/NEWS/EVENTS/aml_workshop.html
Topics Covered: An overview of acute myelogenous leukemia (AML), by Dr. Selina Luger An overview of AML treatment options, including marrow and blood stem cell transplantation, by Dr. Douglas Rizzo.
Conference Objectives: Provide an overview for patients on treatment options for AML, including marrow and blood cell transplantation
Who Should Attend: Patients
Conference Fees: Free
Continuing Education: No
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